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12/23/2017
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Dean of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences and Instructional Chair - Allied Health
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Job Description

DEAN OF LIBERAL ARTS & SOCIAL SCIENCES 

Full-time administrative position anticipated to begin July 2018. The Dean is responsible for upholding the educational and organizational quality of the division and supervising the selection, training, and evaluation of full-time and adjunct faculty and staff. Master’s degree in appropriate discipline required. 

 

INSTRUCTIONAL CHAIR – ALLIED HEALTH 

Full-time administrative position anticipated to begin July 2018. The Instructional Chair reports to the Dean and is responsible for providing leadership for the nursing, physical therapist assistant, and radiography programs. Will serve as the Director of Nursing Program for accreditation purposes. Master’s degree in nursing and valid license to practice nursing in Illinois required. 

 

Please visit our website at  wwwheartland.edu/jobs for additional information, including complete descriptions of job qualifications and application instructions. 

 

 

 

 

Heartland Community College

1500 W. Raab Road

Normal, IL  61761

 

HCC affirms the value of diversity among students and employees. HCC is an equal opportunity institution

 


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About Heartland Community College

Heartland Community College (HCC) serves District 540. Geographically, this is a corridor that extends along Interstate Highway 55 in Illinois from Lincoln to Pontiac. HCC serves portions of DeWitt, Ford, Livingston, Logan, McLean, and Tazewell counties. Courses are offered in many locations throughout this area including the new campus in Normal, as well as at the Education Centers in Bloomington, Pontiac, and Lincoln.